Archive for March, 2014

Notes on Building SharePoint Solutions in the Cloud with Windows Azure

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Since my schedule only allows me to pop in and out during this session, this blog will be a place for my notes when I can join and want to save something. Details about the webinar are at the bottom.

SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS) Public facing, anonymous access sites –  Saves bandwidth – running on Azure allows for Azure internet connectivity and bandwidth freeing up your bandwidth at your company. TAIT is currently running a WordPress site for www.TAIT.com ...

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SharePoint Educational Sessions Scheduled for SP24Conf

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SharePoint - SP24Conf - Free 24-Hour SharePoint ConferenceHere is a list of the educational sessions that will be pre-recorded and offered along with all of the wonderful live sessions 🙂

​First Name Last Name Country Session Title
Jim Adcock USA Movin’ On Up – A SharePoint Migration Case Study
Brian Almeter USA SharePoint Branding with SharePoint 2013’s Design Manager and Device Channels
Adnan Amin Pakistan SharePoint 2013 Workflow Manager Installation & Configuration
Vincent BIRET Canada Translating SharePoint 2013 from beginning to ending
Michael Blumenthal USA Introduction to PowerShell for SharePoint Developers and ...
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Teaching Kids Coding

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First let me start off by pointing out that I am NOT a developer. What I am, as many people are I’m sure, is an enthusiast for teaching kids coding. I’ve played Scratch with my 5 year old niece, to see if we can get her going, and I’m always on the lookout to encourage youngsters to learn.

I just saw a tweet about Robotikey that caught my attention. After reviewing the article, my thoughts are

  • Scratch ...
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SPC14 My First SharePoint Conference

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SPC14 My First SharePoint Conference

SharePoint Conference 2014 was my first SPC, and I’m happy to share some info from my mentors as well as comments of my own. I loved SPC14.

While I didn’t participate in the SharePoint funeral, I was keeping a keen eye out for news of replacements and info that was shared furthered / validated last years rumors of Access forms. I’m sure we will still use InfoPath while form development continues, at least for the foreseeable future. ...

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